The Best Pediatric Specialty Care
2018 EVENT CALENDAR
Compassionate Care Conference
Pediatric Grand Rounds
Lunch & Learn Archives
Gastroschisis - Jeff Dehmer, MD Pediatric Surgeon (July 18, 2017
Laproscopic Gastronomy - Jeff Dehmer, MD Pediatric Surgeon(July 11, 2017)
Necrotizing Entercholitis - Tim Weiner, MD Pediatric Surgeon (July 25, 2017)
G-Tube- Adam Green, AMT Product Representativen (July 10, 2017)
Our annual conferences and lecture series offer opportunities to expand your knowledge with the most advanced, accurate and evidence based knowlege in a variety of specialties in the area of neonatal, pediatric and palliative care.
Our conferences are held three times a year in Wilmington, North Carolina at the Betty H. Cameron Women and Children’s Hospital. The meetings provide an excellent opportunity to further your education and collaborate with other neonatal and pediatric professionals. Our keynote speakers come from a wide variety of professional backgrounds all across the country.
Annual Neonatal Symposium
Each year, our theme captures important components of your efforts to offer the best possible care to your tiny patients and their families. Advance your knowledge and refine your skills, as you seek to grow professionally and improve the quality of the care you deliver.
Pediatric Compassionate Care Conference
Supporting families who receive a diagnosis of a baby’s life-threatening condition is a critical role doctors, nurses and caregivers provide and many parents find great comfort in this support.
Pediatric/Neonatal Nutrition Conference
This is an opportunity to advance your knowledge and refine your skills, as you seek to grow professionally and improve the quality of the care you deliver.
This conference made possible by generous support of
Pediatric Fundamental Critical Care Course
PFCCS prepares the non-Intensivist, nurse, or other critical care practitioner to deal with the acute deterioration of a critically ill child. The course also assists the non-Intensivist in handling the sudden decline of a previously stable pediatric patient.
PFCCS is an accredited course for physician hospitalists, ER physicians, surgeons, resident physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, respiratory therapists, and EMS/critical care transport teams.
Nutrition Lecture Series